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Meanings of Acquaint

       Sentence:
       I'm Acquainted with him.
Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 ACQUAINT
Verb
آگاہ کرنا ۔ ،مطلع کرنا ۔ اطلاع کرنا ۔
2 ACQUAINT

اطلاع دینا آگاہ کرنا ۔
3 ACQUAINT
Verb
آگاہ کرنا،جاننا،واقف ہونا،شناساکرنا،واقفيت
4 ACQUAINT

آگاہ کرنا شناسا کرنا ۔
5 ACQUAINT
Verb
شَناسا کَرانا ۔ آگاہ کَرنا ۔مُطلَع کَرنا ۔ باخَبَر کَرنا ۔


acquaint

[uh-kweynt]
  • Examples
  • Word Origin
verb (used with object)
1.
to make more or less familiar, aware, or conversant (usually followed by with):
to acquaint the mayor with our plan.
2.
to furnish with knowledge; inform (usually followed by with):
to acquaint the manager with one's findings.
3.
to bring into social contact; introduce (usually followed by with):
She acquainted her roommate with my cousin.

Related forms

preacquaint, verb (used with object)
reacquaint, verb (used with object)
Examples from the web for acquaint
  • They will acquaint you with the vocabulary and the range of concerns seldom discussed in your graduate seminars.
  • Look at the slide show and acquaint yourself with a few of them you may never take a bunny for granted again.
  • Partly there is a need to acquaint readers of the book with the basic principles of a bill of exchange.

British Dictionary definitions for acquaint

acquaint

/əˈkweɪnt/
verb (transitive)
1.
foll by with or of. to make (a person) familiar or conversant (with); inform (of)
2.
(foll by with) ( mainly US) to introduce (to); bring into contact (with)

Word Origin

C13: via Old French and Medieval Latin from Latin accognitus, from accognōscere to know perfectly, from ad- (intensive) + cognōscere to know

Word Origin and History for acquaint

v.
early 13c., from Old French acointier "make known, make acquaintance of," from Vulgar Latin accognitare "to make known," from Latin accognitus "acquainted with," past participle of accognoscere "know well," from ad- "to" ( ad- ) + cognitus, past participle of cogniscere "come to know," from com- "with" (see com- ) + gnoscere "know" (see notice ). Originally reflective, "to make oneself known;" sense of "to gain for oneself personal knowledge of" is from early 14c. Related: Acquainted; acquainting.

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